Lance Bass, 24, who will become the youngest entertainer ever inducted into the Mississippi Music Hall of Fame tonight, remains cool, respectful and quietly confident through it all. “I’ve learned to be very aware of my surroundings and read people,” the *NSYNC star tells The Clarion-Ledger. “I can almost tell who’s going to ask for what.” Bass was a natural bass, simply awaiting the right people to sing with him. “That’s all I can ever remember wanting to do – sing,” Bass says. “But not by myself. I don’t like being on stage by myself. I don’t like being the center of attention. I like singing with a group.”
Lance Bass To Be Inducted Into Miss. Musicians Hall Of Fame
June 27, 2003 – The Clarion-Ledger reports *NSYNC star Lance Bass will be among inductees into the Mississippi Musicians Hall of Fame August 9th in Jackson. Induction activities expand to three days this year, with a music industry seminar featuring Bass, former Glen Campbell production executive Marty Gamblin and producers and record executives from Los Angeles and Nashville on the panel of experts. Also part of the weekend: a youth talent search with an RCA-Nashville audition, studio time and, for the top five, submission to the producers of TV’s Fame among the prizes.
Lance Bass’ Dad Gives Fortune Cookie Style Advice
June 15, 2003 – Us Weekly asked several celebrities including *NSYNC star Lance Bass what words of wisdom did their fathers give to them. Lance responded, “Surround yourself with good people… they’ll always tell the truth.”